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  6. ...the demolition of 800 houses, would be inconceivable today. Built between the wars , the project reduced the unemployment created by the Depression...

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  8. ... looked like a 'married man'! Once the war finished, she was sent out on a ship to canada. My dad...

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  10. US soldiers met ladies in whatever country they were in, married them and brought them to the US with them after they mustered out of the service.

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